“it’s gone and i don’t give a f–k anymore i f–kin quit i can’t wait to f–king disappear and i don’t need you to believe in me anymore,” Doja then wrote in the early hours of Friday morning. “Everything is dead to me, music is dead, and i’m a f–king fool for ever thinking i was made for this this is a f–king nightmare unfollow me.” The tweet was directed at three people, including NBCSports/TelemundoSports production asssistant Roberto Rojas.
It all started after Doja expressed being upset about her performance on Thursday night at Lollapalooza Brazil, writing, “I don’t think I gave Brazil a good enough show tonight at all and I’m sorry for that but thank you guys for coming out I f–king love you and thank god we got another show tomorrow I promise I’ll do better.” Her fans in Paraguay wanted her apology for a cancelled show.
Doja’s headlining set at Paraguay’s Asunciónico festival on Tuesday was cancelled due to severe flooding caused by a heavy storm. Miley Cyrus was also impacted by the flooding in Paraguay, which forced her to cancel her scheduled headlining concert at the same festival on Wednesday night. After a terrifying lightning strike on her plane en route to Paraguay prompted a forced landing, a disappointed Cyrus attempted to make amends with her fans by posting a bathtub video in which she serenaded them with an a cappella rendition of “Stay.”
“Doja, you’re not going to win this fight against the Paraguayans,” Rojas said after Doja tweeted “I’m not sorry” in response to a tweet that dubbed her “public enemy No. 1.”
Doja’s tweet about quitting was followed by the words, “This s–t ain’t for me so I’m out. Y’all take care”.
A spokesman for the artist declined to comment; the musician is still scheduled to headline the Lolla festival in Brazil on Friday night. Earlier this month, The Weeknd announced plans for his After Hours Til Dawn North American stadium tour, which will feature Doja as the opening act and will take off on July 8 in Toronto.